The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear two cases brought by Bank of America Corp questioning whether a second mortgage on an “underwater” house – one with a mortgage balance exceeding its current value – can be voided during bankruptcy.
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Judge Boyer rules prior to gathering information, seems clueless as to why his ruling doesn’t work, then gets a report with more evidence. A Judge that is as backwards as Tyrie Boyer appears, is someone unfit to be on the bench.
As a Professor at Florida Coastal School of Law, one pities the students Judge Tyrie Boyer is teaching. An uninformed, prideful judge is the worst combination for the bench. Memo to Professor Tyrie Boyer’s students: you do not rule, then gather evidence, you gather evidence and then rule. One would think that would be common sense.
According to the ULoop, Florida Coastal School of Law page Tyrie Boyer is in the “Professional Studies” department. One thinks that should not be the subject for Boyer unless it is as an example of what not to do. Here is a hint to Judge Tyrie Boyer: if you don’t know the law, you don’t rule off the cuff, you read the briefs. Even if you think you know the law, it is professional to read the briefs before ruling. It is unprofessional not to, while laughing about it.
Looking at his reviews in the classroom, he is as arrogant there as in the courtroom with stories that make him look big and others look small. Is professor Tyrie Boyer the kind of professor one wants in the classroom or Judge Tyrie Boyer the kind of Judge one wants in the courtroom? We think not.
The Supreme Court agreed Friday to hear a new challenge to President Barack Obama’s health care law that threatens subsidies that help millions of low- and middle-income people afford their health insurance premiums.
Contract law is the foundation of civilization, yet Tyrie Boyer believes that he can unilaterally reinterpret a contract so that one side has only obligations and no rights. By enforcing only one side of a contract Tyrie Boyer shows his ignorance not just of family law, but contract law as well. Since at least the Code of Hammurabi people have understood the importance of being able to depend on an agreement, Tyrie Boyer disagrees. A Judge that won’t enforce an agreement is a disgrace to the bench, he damages not just his own reputation but that of law in general.